DETROIT – Argonne National Laboratory’s mammoth Advanced Photon Source (APS) is giving the industry a clearer picture of combustion -- and the future of emissions reduction. One European-based parts supplier tells Ward’s that data derived from the use of Argonne’s 0.6-mile (1 km)-wide APS will lead to development of cleaner, more efficient fuel injectors. And Illinois-based Argonne suggests the circular structure will give powertrain engineers greater understanding of soot formation. ...
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